Hispanic-Serving Institutions - Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics and Articulation Programs
Program Office: Institutional Service
CFDA Number: 84.031C
Program Type: Discretionary/Competitive Grants
Also Known As: HSI STEM; Title III, Part F
Program Contacts: Dr. Stacey Slijepcevic , (202) 453-6150 and
Everardo Gil, (202) 453-7712
Laws, Regulations, and Guidance
- Title III, Part F, Section 371 of the Higher Education Act, as amended (20 U.S.C. 1067q (b) (2) (B))
- There are no program-specific regulations. However, some sections of 34 CFR Part 606 apply to this program.
- Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR), Parts 74, 75, 77, 79, 81, 82, 84, 85, 86, 97, 98, and 99
- Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Grants Management Circulars
The purpose of the Hispanic-Serving Institutions - Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (HSI STEM) and Articulation Programs is to: (1) increase the number of Hispanic and other low-income students attaining degrees in the fields of science, technology, engineering, or mathematics; and (2) to develop model transfer and articulation agreements between two-year and four-year institutions in such fields.
Institutions must be designated as an eligible institution of higher education in order to apply for the Title III, Part F program and must meet the program specific requirements to be defined as an HSI.
To be designated as an eligible institution of higher education and institution must apply for and receive designation through an application process. Please refer to the most recent Application for Designation as an Eligible Institution. You may contact the program office if you have questions regarding eligibility.
There will not be a FY 2019 HSI-STEM grant competition.
Types of Projects
- Funds may be used for: improving academic quality of STEM programs through curriculum revision and development, or faculty development; developing research opportunities for students in STEM fields; providing or improving student services including counseling, tutoring, mentoring or establishing learning communities; encouraging secondary students to pursue STEM degrees and careers through outreach activities; and improving STEM facilities and equipment needed for science instruction and computer laboratories.